Residents of Perth will get a boost after the Labor party committed a million dollars in funding to the area.
The funding is part of a targeted approach to help local businesses in Perth after the town was bypassed.
Labor's promise will help fund the Northern Midlands Council plan to beautify the main street of Perth and draw tourists to the area.
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Labor leader Rebecca White said a majority Labor government would aim to support local towns like Perth remain important.
"Labor knows how important it is for small businesses to be supported and this investment will make a big difference to the community," Ms White said.
"Our commitment will help small businesses by ensuring Perth stays on the map."
Funding for the plan is part of Labor main street revitilisation plan which is a component of their plan to support small business.
The plan will deliver upgraded amenities, improved the urban furniture and improve pedestrian crossings to attract tourists.
Ms White said a majority Labor Government would aim to lead by inclusion, evidenced by their financial support for the council's plan.
"We're very much focused on supporting community driven outcomes, it is really important that as elected representatives we listen to the people," she said.
"It's always been a high priority for Labor to make sure we work in consultation with the community, with local government, with small business."
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